November nights in the UK are long and dark, and they days aren't a whole lot better. Never fear, we have the perfect antidote for a grey disposition as gloomy as the weather. In fact, we have lot's of solutions. They're called 'holidays' and we'll find the perfect one for you.
Lapland in winter is famous for several things; it is the official home of Santa Claus, the wilderness is sprinkled with amazing igloos and bespoke accomodations and it gets snow, lots and lots of snow. Late in november, the skies are dark enough to form a canvas upon which the northern lights can dance and the thick blankets of white fluffy powder on the ground make husky safaris, snowshoes and snowmobile trips the most exhilarating ways to get around.
Iceland is one of those intoxicating destinations which boasts incredible adventure potential and dramatic landscapes, no matter the season. Visitors who travel in November will find that not only are the northern lights out to play during the dark evenings, the prices of early-winter trips are lower than those found during December and January, which are very popular months to visit.